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Why to choose Castiglioncello...
This city has always attrached many tourist for its museums, churches, ancient and noble palaces, which are a significant part of italian history.
The palio and piazza del Campo city fascinating not only for its artistic treasures but also for the unique landscape of Crete Senesi and Val d'Orcia with the characteristic towns of Pienza, S.Gimignano and Montalcino.
Surronded by its old walls walkable on foot or by bike from wich you can admire the city fine monuments, churches, squares.
Known for its important Etruscan museums, ancient buildings and remains, craft of alabaster.
Interesting from the scenic, naturalist (Parco dell'Uccellina), archeological (Pitigliano, Sovana,Populonia) point of view.
Accessible every day by public ferry for visiting the islands of Elba, Capraia, Giglio, Gorgona, Pianosa and for enjoying their transparent blue sea, beaches, coves and inlets.
Tuscany offers various and unmissable opportunities to discover why its wines are so famous. Doubtless " the Classic Chianti " produced in the area south of Florence is the most known among quality wines. Anyway the region vinegards don't end there, in the neighborhood of the picturesque village of Montalcino is produced "The Brunello", while more to the east you enter the area of noble wine by Montepulciano. Within a few kilometres from Castiglioncello we find Bolgheri, traditionally home of supertuscan wines as Sassicaia, Ornellaia; Castagneto Carducci, Suvereto, Massa Marittima and many other villages full of little wine cellars for tasting and buying their genuine products.